"Defense wins championships."
"Can't win if you don't score."
Both are true, but let's be real: we all love one more than the other. In many instances, we find ourselves loving games that have more defense than offense, then the games that have over 100 combined points can be a lot of fun to watch.
I know they can easily dry themselves out from sometimes being "too much of a good thing," but I'm openly #TeamPoints. I always have been, probably always will be. I've got absolutely nothing against one-score games that are full of spectacular defensive performances with underwhelming offensive outings. But if we're being 100 percent honest here, I want to see the high-scoring affairs, the shootouts, the clinics, the record-breaking performances.
While low-scoring affairs that have more defensive highlights than anything can get everybody horny, I'm always going to want to see more offense than defense. If I'm in charge of building a team, maybe I'm looking at #TeamDefense, but for the sake of watching a football game out of sheer enjoyment, just light up the scoreboard for me.